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The Gridiron Champions – The Starters is a video series chronicling the early championship days of the fledgling NFL. Announcers from around North America have lent their voices to talk a bit of history and announce the starters of the early championships as if they had been on the mic themselves. If you wish to take part, email Us today!!! Available years are in Green.

  • 1920 – Jaime Coffee – 1st Woman to Announce an NBA Game
  • 1921 – Derek Mason – San Francisco Giants Spring Training
  • 1922 – Greg Addington – Coalfield High School, Tennessee
  • 1923 – Tom Winiecki – Syracuse University
  • 1924 – Michael Gross – UC San Diego
  • 1925 – Ron Trengove – Folsom Lake College
  • 1926 – Eric Handman – University of South Florida
  • 1927 – Tom Winiecki – Colgate University
  • 1928 – Bryan Ramona – Drexel University
  • 1929 – Scott Foster – Portland Fighting Shockwave
  • 1930 – Eric Scholl – Yale University
  • 1931 – Matt Nelson – Harlem Globetrotters
  • 1932 – Jason Leikam – Cardinal Stritch University
  • 1933 – Tommy Parker – Conventry High School, Ohio
  • 1934 – Joshua Hunter – Unversity of Colorado
  • 1935 – Chris Fritzsching – Detroit Lions
  • 1936 – Peter Ponce – University of Texas, Arlington
  • 1937Washington/Chicago – Say “Hello!” to Sammy Baugh
  • 1938 – Mark Clinton – UC Riverside
  • 1939 – Stephen Oldfather – St. Mary’s College, California
  • 1940 – Ryan Pond – Long Beach City College

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